by CI Staff
Investopedia.com is a financial website that has become increasingly expansive over the past several years. Originally, the website was designed as a resource for students and educational professionals, housing investment formulas and a complete dictionary of terms. The website now has the look of a comprehensive investment website, with news articles and fundamental stock data.
The main strength of Investopedia.com lies in its investment dictionary and educational offerings. The Dictionary dropdown menu offers links to several categories, including bonds, mutual funds, retirement, stocks and technical analysis. You can enter a term into the search field or view an alphabetized list. Investopedia.com’s dictionary database is one of the most comprehensive and widely read on the Internet, as is evidenced by the fact that when you Google a financial term, one of the first website listings will undoubtedly be a link to Investopedia.com.
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